By John Dujay | October 14, 2020

Stress levels are high amid the COVID-19 pandemic, as seen in a recent survey by business psychology provider the Myers-Briggs Company that found economic concerns (78 per cent), the health of family and friends (73 per cent), people rejecting public health guidelines (70 per cent) and long-term effect on employers (59 per cent) are top of mind.

In addition, 47 per cent of respondents say they’re concerned about their own ability to manage stress, found the survey of 841 people.

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